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  • Stop Smell the Flowers_SP

    1. 1. Flowers...!
    2. 2. Flowers...! Stop and Smell the Roses...
    3. 3. Flowers...! Stop and Smell the Roses... By you rs tr ul y. .. SAR AH PFISTER !!
    4. 4. Flowers Use Different Parts to Attract Pollinators.
    5. 5. Pretty Colors Nectar (Yummy to Pollinators!) Unique Shapes and Structures Their Fragrance Opening at Special Times to Attract Specific animals/bugs. The petals and smell advertise the nectar!
    6. 6. Several Ways that Flowers Attract Pollinators. Pretty Colors Nectar (Yummy to Pollinators!) Unique Shapes and Structures Their Fragrance Opening at Special Times to Attract Specific animals/bugs. The petals and smell advertise the nectar!
    7. 7. The pretty colors on the flowers attract hummingbirds and other insects. They notice the pretty colors first.
    8. 8. Nectar...and pretty smells...
    9. 9. Nectar...and pretty smells... The pretty smells are the “reward” to the birds and bugs for pollinating.
    10. 10. Nectar...and pretty smells... The pretty smells are the “reward” to the birds and bugs for The smell’s pollinating. not just for us! How sad.
    11. 11. Types of Flowers
    12. 12. Types of Flowers Regular Sympetalous Irregular
    13. 13. Regular (Rose)
    14. 14. Irregular (Snapdragon) Regular (Rose)
    15. 15. Irregular (Snapdragon) Sympetalous (Petunia) Regular (Rose)
    16. 16. Regular Regular flowers have the same shape and size of each petal. A rose is an example.
    17. 17. Sympetalous Petals wrap around and around the center, forming a funnel-shaped whirl around the center of the flower. Petunias and morning glories are some examples.
    18. 18. Irregular Doesn’t go into either category...Regular or Sympetalous. An example is the snapdragon.
    19. 19. http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case4/ c4facts1b.html - The Great Plant Escape http://discoverer.prod.sirs.com/discoweb/disco/ do/article?urn=urn%3Asirs%3AUS%3BARTICLE %3BART%3B0000222180 - SIRS Discoverer http://school.eb.com/all/comptons/ article-200872?query=petals&ct= - Brittanica Online (1st) http://school.eb.com/all/comptons/ article-200872 - Brittanica Online (2nd)

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